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Validity and Reliability of a Korean version of Leader Rapport Management
Han, Jeong-Won; Kim, Nam-Eun;
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 Abstract
This was a methodological study that verified the validity and reliability by translating and modifying the Korean Version of LRM (leader rapport management) tool. This study verified the content validity, construct validity, concurrent validity and convergent validity on 200 nurses working in general hospitals. The LRM tool was analyzed using a total of 3 factors (ego, autonomy, association) and 12 items. The reliability of this tool (Cronbach's ) was 0.83 to 0.86. The tool showed a high level of reliability and validity. The difference from preceding studies showed that the LRM is a measurement tool that considers multi-dimensional aspects, and it can provide the basic material of report management methods in diverse aspects for clinical nurse managers.
 Keywords
Association;Autonomy;Ego;Leader;Management;Rapport;
 Language
Korean
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